Monthly Archive: October 2012

Borisov Attempts to Bribe Bulgarian Voters

When in 2009 Simeon Dyankov took over the Ministry of Finance, the first thing he dealt with was to keep the budget deficit below the limit of 3% – the reference value, defined in the Stability and Growth Pact, which, if exceeded, would incur sanctions. Once he proved that the triple coalition has left budget

Tax Over Deposits Interests is an Attempt to Conceal a Lie

The government decided to impose tax on deposits interests – this news blew up the public space on Wednesday. It’s been a long time since the government has last produced news with such public response. If one tracks down through the whole governmental policy, however, and in particular the one related to incomes, would reveal

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